A low(ish) SO2 Grenache aiming for drinkability and cheerfulness. It’s best days are already passed probably, yet it’s still so nice. It’s not a dirty, off-putting “primitive wine”, neither a sweet New World cliche, but a pure, honest red. Some developed, forest floor and licorice aromas, besides tart cherries. The slightest hint of mint adds a lovely sour edge to it. Dry with lower acidity, which is true to the variety. Unforced and charming, drinks so well.